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Czechoslovakia / Gen. Strike / Pribram #566059

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 27, 1989
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(Prague, Czechoslovakia: Tom Brokaw) Pro-demo. demonstrations reported continue in Czechoslovakia; details given of short general strike, scenes shown from Prague, Czechoslovakia, and other cities. Czech media reported attempting to provide more information to people; scenes shown from Czech TV. [Reformer Valtr KOMAREK - (thru translator) expresses integrity of reform movement] Communist party leader Karel Urbanek quoted with regard to demonstrations. Protesters' demand for free elecs. noted. Report introduced.

(Pribram, Czechoslovakia: Arthur Kent) Impact of reform movement in village of Pribram, Czechoslovakia, examined; details given, scenes shown. [PEOPLE - (thru translator) comment.] Uranium miners shown walking off jobs to join general strike.

Brokaw, Tom;
Kent, Arthur

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